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Saudi terror cell, possibly al Qaeda, behind Boston Marathon bombings. Manhunt for escaped suspect

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Published on: April 16, 2013

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Police and agents search Saudi suspects apartment in Revere outside Boston.

 

FBI Special Agent Richard Deslauriers told reporters Tuesday, April 16, that the probe had no leads 18 hours after two explosions blew up at the annual Boston Marathon’s finishing line, killing three people and injuring 176 – 17 critically. Debkafile’s counterterrorism sources can disclose however that the investigation has in fact honed in on a suspected terror cell of three Saudi nationals, very possibly tied to Al Qaeda.

The flat they share in the Revere, Massachusetts, near Boston, was searched after the questioning of one of the suspects, a Saudi student, who was hospitalized with badly burned hands. One of his flatmates was taken into custody over “visa problems.” A third is on the run. All three hail from a prominent Saudi family belonging to a tribe from the Asir province bordering on Yemen.

The search for the wanted man led to the grounding of a plane at Logan International Airport Tuesday. The investigation has meanwhile broadened out to places in and outside Boston in a search for the cell’s accomplices.

The origins of the Saudi cell, if confirmed, strongly suggest that Al Qaeda of Arabia – AQAP –succeeded in planting a cell in the United States for the bombing attack in Boston – and possibly more than one in other parts of the US. Asir Province is known as a hotbed of resistance to the Saudi throne in Riyadh.

US law enforcement authorities in charge of the probe are refusing to confirm any suspects are in custody, or even leads to whoever carried out the bombings. President Barack Obama said in his second statement in 24 hours: “…we don’t know if who was behind the bombings were foreign, domestic or individual.” The President was forced to admit for the first time that the FBI was investigating “an act of terror.”

Debkafile earlier Tuesday was alone in reporting that the FBI Boston Marathon probe pointed to Mid-East terrorists with domestic support.

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Boston Terrorism and the Saudi Arabian Public Relations Masters

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According to reports the suspect in the Boston Marathon terror attack is a 20-year old Saudi national who is currently under police guard. One wonders how long it will take for the Saudi Public Relations spin machine to kick into action. Indeed in the years since the 9/11 attack, in which 15 of the 19 bombers were Saudi Arabian, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has spent over $100 million on American Public Relations companies.

Clearly, those funds have gone far and have been well spent. Including their current PR firm, Edelman, Hill & Knowlton (who has worked with them since 1982) and Washington D.C. powerhouse Qorvis Communications, undoubtedly there are many others. The Saudis spend a lot to pull the wool over the eyes of the West.

These well-paid companies are quite effective. One wonders which spin-doctors and lobbyists were responsible for securing “trusted traveler” status from America’s Department of Homeland Security for Saudis less than a month ago. This means that Saudis, once through the program will receive special clearance through customs. Previously, the Saudis were on a list of countries deemed susceptible to terrorists – including Libya and Iraq. Quite a change of policy.

It’s not only PR firms that they spend money on – the Saudis have given $20 million donations to Harvard and Georgetown universities, $200 million from Saudi King Abdullah went to Stanford, Cornell, Texas A&M, CalTech, and others. Money goes far.

And while the Boston investigation is just beginning, until this day questions remain about the Saudi government’s connection to the September 11 attacks.

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Kerry Meeting With Saudi Foreign Minister Abruptly Closed to the Press (CYA Time!)

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Kerry’s previous rounds of meetings with foreign ministers had been open to the press. And the meeting with the Saudi Foreign Minister should have been far less controversial than his meetings with foreign ministers in Asia where the North Korean crisis was still underway.

The meeting with the Saudi Foreign Minister should have been open to the press as well. But then suddenly, it wasn’t.

A meeting Secretary of State John Kerry was to hold with Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Saud Al-Faisal was abruptly closed to press coverage Tuesday morning.

The State Department provided no reason for the change, which was announced just 15 minutes before the scheduled 10 A.M. session, but media reports have said that a Saudi national in the U.S. on a student visa is a “person of interest” to investigators probing the bombings at the Boston Marathon on Monday.

“Apologies for short notice,” the State Department’s press office told reporters as it announced the change. A spokesperson did not immediately respond to a query about the closure of the meeting, which had been scheduled to include a so-called “camera spray” at the top of the session.

The Saudis tend to be aggressive in protecting their nationals, even when they are involved in terrorism. And Kerry clearly is trying to avoid any kind of public exchange or questions at the topic.

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MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts Calls Out Barney Frank for Politicizing Boston Marathon Bombing (Video)

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House Minority Whip Blames Boston Marathon Bombings on Sequester (What an A-Hole)

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At a Tuesday press conference, Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-MD) politicized the Boston Marathon bombings by blaming Monday’s tragedy on the sequester, saying the bombings were “proof” that some of the sequester cuts were “irrational.” Hoyer is the House Minority Whip and second-ranking Democrat in leadership.

In responding to a question about whether Monday’s bombings would force Congress to address the sequester, Hoyer said, “I think there are multiple reasons for ensuring that we invest in our security — both domestic and international security.”

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The Left Politicizes the Boston Bombing (No Surpise There!)

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RUSH: I actually think as everybody’s trying to figure out what happened in Boston, who did it, and why, let me just say something here at the top on this.

I have stated countless times — there’s nothing new today — I have stated countless times, the left politicizes everything. You recall me saying this. You recall me offering evidence of this. And they already are. I mean, yesterday, within moments of this happening, the left began to politicize it and began drooling, in some cases, and I’ve got the examples, drooling over the possibility that a right-wing extremist in the same vein as Timothy McVeigh did this. You see, it would be very bad, bad, bad for the regime if it turned out that that Saudi national was responsible. It would be very, very bad for Obama and the regime, believe me.

Folks, some of this might seem unsettling, but I don’t know any other way to do this. I mean, I can’t come in here and fake it. I react to what I hear, and when I hear the people, the institutions, the principles I believe in under assault, I’m gonna stand up and defend ‘em. I can’t come in here and fake it even for a day, and I’m telling you that the effort is on to politicize this. You may have heard many of the efforts that some in the Drive-By Media, what is called the mainstream media, have already begun speculating. Already; they began immediately speculating and hoping. I kid you not. And I’ll give you examples of this as the program unfolds.

I don’t think you can rule out that we’re in an economic disaster in this country. There are people who are at their wits’ end over what to do economically. They can’t find work, can’t find a job, no apparent hope of it. This leads to all kinds of anger and chaos. So I wouldn’t rule out the fact that the sociology of a depressed and in-ruins economy is leading to all kinds of frustration in all kinds of people all over this country. Now, nobody knows what happened.

RUSH: Now, no one knows at this time who’s responsible for the bombs in Boston. Yesterday the president made a point of not calling it terror. Today he did. His former campaign aide, now commentator at MSNBC, says it’s probably related to tax day. Another bunch of people, a whole bunch of people from the left are saying, “Well, you know, it was Patriots Day.” One guy actually said, somebody at Slate or Salon or some such place, might have been somebody at CNN. Let me separate the papers here. Some guy named Paul Fisher (paraphrasing), “Today’s Patriots Day, important day to militia movements in our country, the same day Tim McVeigh chose to bomb Oklahoma City.”

These tweets and these items of speculation are all over Twitter and Facebook and the mainstream media. And nobody knows at this time who’s responsible. At least if they do know, they haven’t said so. In a vacuum like this, you’re gonna have all kinds of people try to fill it. So if they say they don’t know who it is you’re gonna have people say, “Oh, yes, they do. They know exactly who it is, and because of the political nature of these people, they’re gonna hold the information ’til they can make it as useful to them as possible.” Now, whether that’s right or wrong, the fact that a large enough number of people think that is a testament to how politicized virtually everything in this country has become.

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Here is Video of the Saudi Suspect’s Roomate Discussing the Boston Bombing

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Ex-House Member Cynthia McKinney Eyes Boston Cops as Suspects in Marathon Bombing

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Ever play the game “telephone” in school or with friends when you were a kid?

One person would whisper into the ear of another person, followed by her whispering what was supposed to be the same message to the next person, followed by him doing likewise and so on, until the last person in the sequence, several people later, would say what he or she had been told. Invariably it bore little resemblance to the original message.

Something tells me that former congresswoman Cynthia McKinney, Democrat of Georgia, was one of those kids certain to botch the message en route.

After yesterday’s horrifying explosions at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, McKinney tweeted this –

The pattern is becoming too, too familiar. So, Boston cops were having a “bomb squad drill” on the same day as … http://fb.me/1JHrFKCc9

The link in McKinney’s tweet leads to a post at NaturalNews.com by Mike Adams titled “Boston marathon bombing happened on same day as ‘controlled explosion’ drill by Boston bomb squad.”

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Senators unveil country-destroying immigration reform bill

A group of Democratic and Republican senators on Tuesday unveiled long-awaited landmark legislation to remove the threat of deportation for millions of illegal immigrants and give them an opportunity to eventually become U.S. citizens.

Under the proposal, undocumented immigrants who came to the United States before December 31, 2011, and had stayed in the country continuously could apply for “provisional” legal status as soon as six months after the bill is signed by the president.

But beyond that, they would have to wait a decade or more for full citizenship which would entitle them to federal benefits, while the government works on further securing U.S. borders and enforcing the new immigration law.

The bill’s sponsors – four Democrats and four Republicans – felt such conditions were necessary to help their plan succeed where similar measures have failed, mostly because of opposition to what opponents see as “amnesty” for law-breakers.

Even with the many caveats, the proposal faces months of debate, scores of amendments and potentially significant opposition, particularly in the Republican-controlled House of Representatives.

“It’s nothing but a starting point,” Senator Charles Grassley of Iowa told reporters on Tuesday. He is the senior Republican on the Judiciary Committee, the panel that will manage the immigration bill.

Two of the bill’s sponsors, Democratic Senator Charles Schumer of New York and Republican Senator John McCain of Arizona, were expected to meet with President Barack Obama on Tuesday to review their work and its prospects.

Indeed, much of the legislation was designed to make the bill palatable to Republicans.

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People in the South are not so fat after all — and they lie less (New Study)

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Published on: April 14, 2013

The South often gets tagged with having the most obese population.

But it doesn’t appear to be true, a University of Alabama at Birmingham study suggests.

The study recently published in the journal Obesity found that there’s a significantly higher percentage of obese people in a region of central and northwest states including Minnesota, Kansas and North and South Dakota.

“What we found is the West North Central region has about 41 percent obesity compared to 31 percent obesity in the southern region that includes Alabama and Mississippi,” said George Howard, professor in the Department of Biostatics at UAB. “By the way, 31 percent is not a good thing — but it’s not at the bottom.”

How did Southerners get such a fat reputation? Apparently because they are more truthful.

The notion that the South is the fattest comes primarily from a nationwide telephone survey done by the Centers for Disease Control, in which the surveyor asks for height and weight, among other things, Howard said.

That survey, the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), shows the South as the most obese, with Mississippi and Alabama, the number one and two fattest states respectively.

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Sen. Sessions: Immigration Reform Bill ‘Will Not Withstand Public Scrutiny’

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Published on: April 13, 2013

Ranking Senate Budget Committee member Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) said in a Thursday evening statement provided to Breitbart News that the political posturing of the bipartisan “Gang of Eight” immigration group, along with Senate Democratic leadership, and their plan to rush forthcoming legislation through the U.S. Senate as fast as they can is a sign the bill will not hold up in the face of public scrutiny.

“While the Gang has not briefed lawmakers or the judiciary committee about their plan, they have leaked selected details to the press which seem to confirm Senator Schumer’s recent declaration that ‘First, people will be legalized… Then, we will make sure the border is secure,’” Sessions said in the statement.

Based on what has been leaked, and current ICE directives, it could become nearly impossible for ICE officers to distinguish between those illegal immigrants eligible for legal status and those ineligible for legal status – including future illegal immigrants who will simply assert they are amnesty-eligible. It is likely millions of current and future illegal immigrants who are not administrative “priorities” will benefit from this amnesty regardless of whether they meet the Gang’s criteria. That is why it is so essential that these enforcement issues be worked out first.

“This is also why it is so troubling that Chairman Leahy has rejected the GOP request for multiple hearings and that members of the Gang of 8 have publicly announced their intention to oppose any amendments,” Sessions added. “To proceed along these lines is tantamount to an admission that the bill is not workable and will not withstand public scrutiny.”

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Mark Levin says a powerful Republican Congressman trying to silence his show in their district

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Republicans vote to reaffirm party’s opposition to gay marriage (RINOs Can Eat SH#T!)

Reince Priebus

Homosexual Symp Reince Priebus, who needs to resign as head of RNC!

Social conservatives have staged a counter-offensive within the Republican party, orchestrating a unanimous vote within the party’s national committee that reaffirms its opposition to gay marriage.

The counter-coup was organised at the RNC’s spring meeting in Los Angeles. A resolution, passed without neither debate nor dissent from the 168 members of the party’s governing committee, affirms “its support for marriage as the union of one man and one woman as the optimum environment in which to raise healthy children for the future of America”.

A separate resolution that was also carried calls on the US supreme court in its pending rulings to uphold California‘s ban on gay marriage, Proposition 8, and to back the Defense of Marriage Act, Doma, that withholds certain federal benefits from married same-sex couples.

The adoption of such a traditionalist hardline stance by the committee is a slap in the face for the RNC’s leadership, particularly its chairman, Reince Priebus, who since the drubbing received by Mitt Romney in the presidential election last November has been trying to steer the party towards a softer, more centrist position. Last month he unveiled a 100-page “Growth and Opportunity Project”, dubbed the autopsy, an act of unprecedented hand-wringing over the party’s failure at the polls that called for a rethinking of the party’s stance on gay marriage and immigration.

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Woman who recanted rape claim likely to keep $750,000 settlement (The Business of Rape Allegations)

Rape conviction dismissed

A day after a former high school football star had his rape conviction dismissed, attention has focused on the woman who recanted the sexual assault claim she made 10 years ago.

Wanetta Gibson was a high school sophomore when she accused Brian Banks of raping her at Long Beach Poly High School. She and her family sued the school, receiving a $750,000 settlement, and Banks spent five years in prison after pleading no contest to forcible rape.

Even though a judge Thursday tossed out the rape charge, it remains far from certain if Gibson, 24, will face any consequences.

Banks, now 26, said he wants to put the ordeal behind him and has not considered any legal action against Gibson. L.A. prosecutors have also said they have no plans to charge her for making false accusations, saying it would be a tough case to prove.

Legal experts noted it could be difficult for the Long Beach school district and its insurer to get the settlement back.

Then there is the reality of Gibson’s life.

Court records suggest she has few assets: She received public assistance for a time and her children, ages 4 and 5, still do, according to two suits brought by the county in an attempt to collect child support. Gibson, who could not be reached for comment, was ordered initially to pay a $600 a month toward their support. But in the last year, county officials said she didn’t have to pay anything, citing a lack of income and employment.

According to Banks and his private investigator, Gibson refused to tell prosecutors she had lied, so that she wouldn’t have to return the money she and her family had won in court.

She also said she feared it would affect her relationship with her children, Banks’ attorney alleged in court papers.

The statute of limitations for making a false claim is four years, but experts say it could restart when a previously hidden crime is discovered. In this case, Gibson testified in 2003 during Banks’ preliminary hearing but recanted her accusation last year. “No, he did not rape me,” she told Banks and his private investigator in a recorded conversation.

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